Grandview Health & Rehab will be hosting our annual Ride To End Alzheimer’s event this Saturday, June 23rd.
Come enjoy a free lunch from 11-12:30 while we celebrate the riders, appreciate our residents, and enjoy the day with friends.
Lunch will include pulled pork BBQ, chips, cookies, and drinks. BONUS: this year, we will also have several raffle items such as (but not limited to): a new grill, corn hole boards, coolers, lawn chairs, a beach/pool bundle, outdoor yard games and so much more. Please RSVP (765.342.7114) if possible!
Join the Morgan County Leadership Academy Sat, Sept. 15 at 9 am. The 5K/10K event will start at Cedar Creek Winery and go through the Painted Hills neighborhood. Registration is $25 and all proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County. Register at www.GetMeRegistered.com/5k10kRunforaCause.
Danville – Sycamore Services, Inc., will host its 12th annual Tiki Time fundraiser on Saturday, July 28, at the Hendricks County 4H Fairgrounds Complex. The fundraising event, beginning at 6 p.m., will include a dinner buffet, live music, dancing, silent and live auction, games and more. Proceeds from the evening will go towards programming and services that help build confidence and independence for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Autism, physical disabilities and others who face daily challenges. Ticket and sponsorship information for Tiki Time is available through the organization’s website at SycamoreServices.com.
Sycamore Services, Inc., is a 501(c)3 nonprofit agency that serves individuals with disabilities by providing individualized training and services to increase independence and improve quality of life. Services include Employment Services, Community and Day Services, a Supported Work Center, Residential Services, Transportation, Children’s Services, Recreation Therapy, Respite Care, Behavior Management and more. For more information, contact Sycamore Services at 317-745-4715.
Martinsville, Indiana — United Way of Central Indiana hosted its Annual Meeting at the Indiana Roof Ballroom on June 6, 2018, where supporters and contributors were recognized with individual and company awards in front of a crowd of nearly 1,000 people. Home Bank SB received the United Way’s most prestigious honor — the Spirit United Award — for exceptional volunteer and financial support in the community.
“The gift of giving is a powerful tool,” stated Dan Moore, Home Bank’s President and CEO. “It changes organizations, individuals, and cultures. Most importantly, giving enables us to fulfill our real purpose.”
Spirit United is the most esteemed corporate award, celebrating companies which have consistently supported and generously donated to United Way. Home Bank is honored to receive the award alongside three other distinguished Central Indiana businesses: Hulman & Company, Hatchette Book Group, and The National Bank of Indianapolis.
About Home Bank SB: Chartered in 1890, Home Bank SB is a community bank with offices in Morgan, Johnson, and Hendricks Counties. As a mutual institution without private ownership or stockholders, the bank allocates its profits entirely to its capital reserves, resulting in greater fiscal strength and resources for community support. Visit www.homebanksb.com for more information.
About United Way of Central Indiana: United Way of Central Indiana fights for the education, financial stability, health and basic needs of all people in Central Indiana by creating, managing and investing resources in sustainable solutions to our communities’ most stubborn barriers to self-sufficiency. United Way invites all members of our community to LIVE UNITED by giving, advocating and volunteering to improve lives in Central Indiana. Visit uwci.org to learn more.